Becker: You've become my hero. How about signing an autograph ?
Dr Simmons: You just want me to sign your form, right?
Becker: I'll give you five bucks.
Dr Simmons: Deal.
Reggie: Becker, thank you so much for walking me to the bank. I always get nervous when I'm travelling with all these receipts.
Becker: Don't worry, I'm not going to be a hero for forty bucks.
Jake (to Kayla): The sex was great, but the sound of your voice makes my skin crawl.
Becker (to Dr. Simmons): I'm sure I talk a good game but that's all it is, talk.
Jake: She spent half an hour describing everyone on the subway.
Bob: Not seeing those freaks on the subway is the perks of being blind.
Linda: Margaret, I know you know it's no secret that I've been offered another job.
Margaret: Oh, you made it a secret. You just didn't keep it very well.
Dr Simmons (to Becker): Look you loud mouth blow hard, I don't have to sit here and listen to your insults.
Becker: Is there anything Margaret doesn't tell you?
Reggie: Yeah, her business.
Jake: Last night I had the most incredible sex ever....
Bob: Whoa, whoa, Jake, there's a lady present. (to the lady) Ma'am you may want to sit over there.
Reggie: Okay she's gone.
Dr Simmons: Do you need validation?
Becker: Not from you.
Dr Simmons: I meant for your parking.
Becker: Yeah, that'd be great.
Becker (to Dr. Simmons): I don't need work, society needs work.
Becker: I had better friends in the joint.
Becker: I just want to thank you guys for standing behind me through this whole ordeal.
Linda: Dr Becker, I was always behind you one hundred percent.
Margaret: Liar! Linda a phone message was left for you. It's about a job interview.
Becker: Maybe you're one of those don't worry be happy people?
This is in reference to the 1988 song written by jazz musician Bobby McFerrin.